Difference between Site and Component Status

Boopathi Subramaniam 3,196 Reputation points
2020-12-24T16:44:40.347+00:00

Hi,

I am confused about Site and Component Status. When Site and Component Status to be used.
Please guide me

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  1. SunnyNiu-MSFT 1,696 Reputation points
    2020-12-25T06:05:36.19+00:00

    @Boopathi Subramaniam
    The following are the differences between Site and Component Status:
    Site Status: View a rollup of the status of each site system to review the health of each server. The site determines site system health by thresholds that you configure for each site in the Site System Status Summarizer. In this node:

    1. View status messages for each site system
    2. Set thresholds for status messages
    3. Manage the operation of the components on site systems by using the Configuration Manager Service Manager

    Component Status: View a rollup of the status of each Configuration Manager component to review its operational health. The site determines component health by thresholds that you configure for each site in the Component Status Summarizer. In this node:

    1. View status messages for each component
    2. Set thresholds for status messages
    3. Manage the operation of components by using the Configuration Manager Service Manager

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  1. Youssef Saad 3,401 Reputation points
    2020-12-24T17:59:04.973+00:00

    Hi @Boopathi Subramaniam ,

    The Site Status contains the status of the main added roles, otherwise, the components include all the dependencies.

    The Site and Components status node are used frequently to check the status of your site server and their components, you have a list of all components with their status, if there is any warning status, you can right click to show the details and you will get also a suggested solutions to try, the same of failures.

    Once you check from the monitoring node, you can use the logs for advanced troubleshoot, below a list of all Configuration Manager logs:

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